Accessories for your customized Qamis
In this category of blog articles we give you tips and tricks as well as news about accessories to dress your custom qamis.
Winter is coming and you must dress accordingly. To do this, it’s essential that you choose the appropriate clothing fabric for the climate to avoid getting cold and getting sick. A bad choice can have adverse effects on your health, so we decided to explain to you how to proceed.
If the oriental style appeals to you, then you’ll want to opt for the Ghoutra. However, as a novice, you may not yet have mastered the techniques of wearing the Ghoutra or the Iqal. Follow the instructions below, and we’ll show you how to wear this accessory like a pro.
The Shemagh is a traditional headscarf accessory worn by many people in Arab countries. Today it’s particularly popular in the Arabian Peninsula. Its name and color change depending on the country where it is worn. The Yemeni Shemagh, as its name indicates, is a headdress originating in Yemen. Below, we’ll explain how this style became so popular today.
The Ghoutra is a clothing accessory highly sought after by Arab men because it has the advantage of being able to be worn in different ways, depending on whichever style you want to adopt. However, this scarf is not exclusively intended for aesthetic use. Let’s explore the subject in more depth.
Generally rectangular, the loincloth is a long fabric that can cover the person who is covered from the hips to the ankles. Depending on the country and culture, this piece of fabric can be worn in many ways. Here are the methods to put it on.
This clothing accessory is very popular with Muslim men. The chachiya is a soft and comfortable traditional headdress that can be worn to pray at the mosque or worn casually. Here we’ll explore the background of this headgear and how to wear it.
If you are an novice looking to learn more about traditional Emirati clothes, then you should acquaint yourself with the ghutra and keffiyeh. These are the traditional styles of the United Arab Emirates.
Arab culture is distinguished by many unique styles, such as cooking, architecture, textiles, and fashion. Over the centuries, the Arab countries, especially the countries of the Near East, adopted their own clothing, reflecting their way of life and customs. Among these various fashion statements is the iqal, an important accessory highly coveted by Arab men.